NACAC Report Sheds Light on College Admission Process
How do colleges build a freshman class? The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) provides answers to that question in its annual State of College Admission report, offering students, parents, and others a peek at the various factors weighed when reviewing applications.
NACAC Survey Shows Student Activism is on the Rise
The intensity of the current political climate has led to increased activism among students at more than half (52 percent) of all secondary schools across the US, according to survey data from NACAC. The finding is one of several included in a new NACAC research brief that explores the effects of today’s political rhetoric on college-bound students and examines how the political climate is affecting the college admission process. The association surveyed school counselors and college admission officers on the subject earlier this year.
Apply for an Imagine Grant Today!
Imagine Grants offer financial support to individuals or NACAC affiliates who assist students in the transition to college. We are now accepting proposals for the 2019 grant cycle. Deadline to submit is Dec. 1.